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Eye witness accounts by many people of creatures that are exactly like dinosaurs in appearance
Some of the best information along these lines come from evolutionists in their book titled "A Living Dinosaur?".
Art work and various ancient artifacts depicting live dinosaurs by themselves, or interacting with humans
Fossilized footprints of humans and dinosaurs together.
The problem for evolutionists is that if this is true, it would deal a major blow to evolutionism theory
Originally posted by plague
why is it so hard to imagine that a huminiod type creature(like distant cousin of neanderthal man) may have exisisted along side of the dinos???
i mean yes there has never been any evidence found and maybe it never happened but i wouldnt be a bit supprised if someday we found evidence...
now wouldnt he look alot like what some believe to be a dragon looks like????
Originally posted by skep
Are we the final iteration of the human species? Probably not because if you look around...we ain't all Issac Asimov's or Carl Sagans or Matrin Bubers or Father Damions or Albert Onerocks or Jacob Bronowskis or Beethovens or any other super achievers.
Originally posted by skep
It's called projection...or maybe just misunderstanding. My comment merely suggested that our species is most likely continuing to develope. Actually Nieanderthal had a larger cerebral henisphere than we do and his brain cc count was greater as well. Since I know this I am not of the misconception that we will continue to get smarter automatically.
Originally posted by skepRather than hope for a lung that extracts necessary oxygen from gasses poison to us how about we developt a process to take potable water from rocks or trees or grass since we appear to be poluting our potable water at an alarming rate.
Originally posted by skepOur species may be developed enough to make a good job at killing the planet we need for survival. Maybe a major advancement might be the reccognition by average people that we need to take better care of our third rock because the others ain't a gonna support us.
Originally posted by skepFinally, it might be more productive to understanding each other to test our assumptions about what others thing by directly asking them rather than guess and guess wrong. Just a thought. I am open to almost any subject except esoteric subjects about which most of us can't hold a very lengthly discussion.